James Reimer and Jonathan Bernier will battle it out for the starting goaltending job at Toronto Maple Leafs training camp later this month while 2011 draft pick Garret Sparks is hungry to earn a job with the team’s AHL affiliate, writes CBCSports.ca hockey writer Mike Brophy.
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As we pass the halfway point of the CFL season, CBCSports.ca CFL contributor Malcolm Kelly highlights 10 things we’ve noticed along the road.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ first-round pick from 2012 Morgan Rielly lived up to the hype in the first game of the four-team rookie tournament in London, Ont., Thursday night.
Calgary Flames fans can start getting used to Brian Burke’s brash and outspoken style. He joined the Flames front office Thursday as the new president of hockey operations, vowing a physical and more “entertaining style of hockey.” Captivating sound bites can also be guaranteed.
Canadian five-time Olympian Charmaine Crooks is bound for Argentina to witness three enormous decisions that will determine the future of the Games and the global sporting landscape, writes Scott Russell.
The fifth overall draft pick in 2012, defence prospect Morgan Rielly says he isnt at the Toronto Maple Leafs’ rookie camp in London, Ont., just for the experience. He’s there to make the team, writes Mike Brophy.
When it comes to grandiose sporting events hosted in Canada it’s hard to top the Spruce Meadows Masters. To be successful on this enormous field of play, the horse must live up to its potential, but it can only do so with the master’s touch, writes Scott Russell.
Canadian Milos Raonic was taught a lesson by Richard Gasquet on Monday night at the U.S. Open and will need to improve in three key areas if he wants to succeed in the upcoming Davis Cup semifinals against Serbia, writes Scott Regehr.
Senior hockey writer Tim Wharnsby catches up with the Canadian women’s hockey team before they make the long trek on Sunday to host city Sochi for 11 days of Olympic training.
NASCAR’s first Camping World Truck Series in Canada took an unexpected turn off the track on Sunday when driver Max Papis was slapped in the face by a competitor’s girlfriend.